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2020 Top Legal Innovations: Anthony Luppino

When former business and tax lawyer Tony Luppino made the move from UMKC Law adjunct professor to full-time faculty nearly two decades ago, he quickly realized that the gap between his new home and the adjacent business school was far greater than the campus walkway separating the next-door academic neighbors.

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Teenager’s failed brakes lead to settlement for injured mom

A Camdenton woman who underwent spinal-fusion surgery after she was rear-ended by a teen driver while she was taking her own children to school reached a nearly $1 million settlement with the other driver’s insurer.

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Fleeing driver’s insurer settles for quadruple policy limits

A University of Kansas student injured in a winter 2019 collision with a fleeing motorist in northern Missouri will receive a settlement of four times the other driver’s liability insurance policy limits.

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Driver settles with MoDOT after truck backs into his vehicle

A 22-year-old St. Louis man received a $250,000 settlement after a Missouri Department of Transportation truck backed into his vehicle on an Interstate 44 off-ramp at the Hampton Avenue exit in St. Louis.

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St. Charles County settles ex-inmate’s assault suit 

St. Charles County agreed to pay $325,000 to settle a federal lawsuit in which a former jail inmate alleged he was twice attacked by another inmate and then denied medical care for nearly two weeks.

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Illinois woman wins modest verdict after rear-end crash

An Illinois woman who sought $6 million in damages for injuries after a two-car collision in Fairview Heights was instead awarded just $3,000 in damages by a jury in St. Clair County, Illinois.

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ICON Awards 2020: Donald W. Paule

ICON Awards

Like that of many a high school math whiz, Don Paule’s path to college led straight to an undergraduate major in engineering.

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